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In March 1967, the commander of an Inter-Continental
Ballistic Missile (ICBM) site in Montana received a call
from a security guard, who said that he and several
other guards had seen UFOs above the military
installation. The commander was skeptical, but told the
guards to call him again if the situation changed. Five
minutes later, the commander's phone rang again. It was
the same guard.
"Sir! There's a disk-shaped aircraft emitting a red glow
hovering above our front gate."
A moment later, the commander's second phone rang. An
officer in the missile launch bunker reported, "Sir! The
missiles are shutting themselves down. They've gone from
Alert to No-Go status. We can't determine the cause of
Twenty miles away, the commander of another missile site
found that his ICBMs were also shutting themselves down.
Since there was no command in the launch bunker that
could turn off the weapon systems, the commander was
For three hours the missiles were out of commission.
Then, just as suddenly as they had shut down, the ICBMs
came back on line. No repair work had been done on the
system. An investigation found no broken cables or
damaged hardware. Even the contractors from Boeing and
Sylvania who had built the system could not determine
what happened to the missiles. In fact, when the Boeing
and Sylvania teams tried to duplicate the shutdown, they
UFO watchers have offered possible reasons for the
mysterious event. Some say the extraterrestrials who
visited the missile sites may have come to urge
humankind to abandon its weapons of mass destruction.
Others insist that the aliens wanted to demonstrate how
feeble our technology is compared to their own—perhaps
as a warning that an alien invasion is imminent.